Nightlife in Edinburgh
Oxford Bar | 8 Young street
Authentic Scotch whiskey and many beer labels to choose from make this 19th century bar, popular among locals and tourists as well.
The Honeycomb | 36-38a Blair street
Honeycomb has two music stages and many concerts of bands and artists are hel at the same time here. From Monday to Wednesday, music is mainly jazz but the rest of the days chanced to listen to any kind of music are equal as well. Dancing goes until the first morning hours.
Po Na Na | 43b Frederick Street
This is th meeting point of businessmen in Edinburgh after work but also for those who wish to enjoy their night later. Each room of the club is decorated in a different way but follows the general idea of South Africa. Velvet, wild animal engravings and even a zebra shaped machine that sells cigarettes. Guest Dj's from all over the world often perform in this club.
The Jaffa Cake | 28 King's Stables Road
This is a bar that is extremely popular among younger people because of the cheap drinks it offers. There is a big dancing floor as well as calmer spots to chat and everyone stays until late having fun. Theme nights are often organised.
Mathers | 25 Broughton Street
In case there is an important sports event playing on TV, this place is overcrowded. It is a typical pub offering more than 100 different malt whiskey labels and a variety of beers.
The Venue Club | 15 Calton Road
This is Edinburgh's most popular nightclub. It has 3 separate stages where guest Dj's from around the world perform their best. Tribal funktion theme nights are the highlight of the club, playing the best of techno and house music along with all the new releases.
Wilkie House | 207 Cowgate
This is the ideal night club for those who love house, techno, dance and electro music genres and want to dance the night out! The club is spacious and has a magnificent balcony from where you can observe the people.